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Girl Skateboards

Girl Skateboards

The unmistakable logo used by Girl Skateboards - a universally recognisable ladies restroom symbol - has been seen on the global skate scene since four friends established the brand in 1993. Pro skaters Rick Howard and Mike Carroll teamed up with Megan Baltimore and Spike Jonze to create a skate company that represented their own vision within the industry that helped to support pro skaters whilst on and off their boards. Stand out graphics alongside some early immediate classic skate films such as Las Nueve Vidas De Paco, Mouse, Goldfish, The Chocolate Tour and Yeah Right! set the tone and style for the company’s skate hardware and apparel offering.

The brand is also well known for their associated side brands Chocolate, Royal, Ruby Republic and Fourstar. Their multibrand site, Crailtap, features a wide variety of promo material including tour footage, new product imagery and an insight into behind the scenes of new projects and artistic collaborations, sharing more about the highly creative, friend orientated brand. In 1994 Andy Jenkins began working with Girl Skateboards as an art director, his input with the other adjoining brands lead to the further development of the distinguished aesthetic that has resulted in the brand’s long serving influence on the global skate community.

The unmistakable logo used by Girl Skateboards - a universally recognisable ladies restroom symbol - has been seen on the global skate scene since four friends established the brand in 1993. Pro skaters Rick Howard and Mike Carroll teamed up with Megan Baltimore and Spike Jonze to create a skate company that represented their own vision within the industry that helped to support pro skaters whilst on and off their boards. Stand out graphics alongside some early immediate classic skate films such as Las Nueve Vidas De Paco, Mouse, Goldfish, The Chocolate Tour and Yeah Right! set the tone and style for the company’s skate hardware and apparel offering.

The brand is also well known for their associated side brands Chocolate, Royal, Ruby Republic and Fourstar. Their multibrand site, Crailtap, features a wide variety of promo material including tour footage, new product imagery and an insight into behind the scenes of new projects and artistic collaborations, sharing more about the highly creative, friend orientated brand. In 1994 Andy Jenkins began working with Girl Skateboards as an art director, his input with the other adjoining brands lead to the further development of the distinguished aesthetic that has resulted in the brand’s long serving influence on the global skate community.

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